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Christine Gelineau -- Poet, Essayist.
Christine Gelineau is the author of the book-length sequence APPETITE FOR THE DIVINE (Ashland Poetry Press, 2010) and REMORSELESS LOYALTY (Ashland Poetry Press, 2006), which was awarded the Richard Snyder Memorial Prize, and which was subsequently nominated for the Los Angeles Times Book Award. Gelineau’s other books include two chapbooks from FootHills Publishing, North American Song Line (2001) and In the Greenwood World (2006), as well as French Connections: A Gathering of Franco-American Poets, an anthology she edited with Jack B. Bedell (Louisiana Literature Press, 2007). Gelineau’s poetry, essays and reviews have appeared in numerous journals and anthologies, including Prairie Schooner, New York Quarterly, Connecticut Review, New Letters, The Iron Horse Review, Green Mountains Review, Georgia Review, Paterson Literary Review and others. Her poem “Sockanosett” was selected for a 2012 Pushcart Prize and was recently published in the Pushcart Prize anthology. Her essay “Foal Watch” is cited as a “Notable Essay” in the 2004 Best American Essays while her essay “Cops” was the runner-up in the 2009 Florida Review Editors’ Award in Creative Nonfiction. Gelineau lives on a farm in upstate New York.
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